Browsing MAN Research Publications by Subject "Job Satisfaction"
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(American Psychological Association, 2005-11)The authors present a model that explains how subordinates perceive the power of their supervisors and the causal mechanisms by which these perceptions translate into subordinate outcomes. Drawing on identity and ...
(American Psychological Association, 2010-05)This article presents a model integrating research on idealized and situated selves. Our key premise is that identity-relevant behaviors are most likely to occur in the workplace when identities are psychologically central ...
The moderating effect of teamwork perceptions on the organizational politics--job satisfaction relationship (Psychology Press, 2001-06)By using regression analyses on data from 355 full-time employees of a customer-service organization in the eastern United States, the authors tested the hypothesis that perceptions of organizational politics are more ...
(Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1990-04)